Notionable Tasks Hub
What is the Tasks Hub?
The Tasks Hub is a robust and integrated system for scheduling and tracking your tasks, to-do's, and habits. You can use it to track:
🎯 Your daily, weekly, and monthly tasks
🎉 Recurring tasks, backlog tasks, and achievements
🚀 Your goals and buckets (areas of focus)
⚡ Your habits
Tasks Hub uses a clever structure to link these different things. It draws on elements of GTD and Eisenhower Matrix principles to provide you with an integrated system for scheduling tasks, hitting goals, and forming new habits.
How do I use it?
The Tasks Hub Dashboard is split into four main sections:
Task Inbox - Use this to quickly add new tasks or get future tasks out of your brain and into your workflow. Create a standard task by clicking the new button, or click the dropdown arrow to add a Review Day.
Quick Links - Underneath the Inbox section is your quick links section, giving you easy access to your most used parts of the Task Hub. Next to this is a quick view timeline, giving you an instant overview of your upcoming tasks.
Tasks - This is your main task overview. Use the view switcher to switch between your task list, Kanban view, and calendar view.
Spaces - Think of the Spaces section like a map of the Tasks Hub. It contains quick links to certain information when you need it.
How do I install this on my Notion?
After completing your purchase, you'll be taken straight to a page where you duplicate the Tasks Hub straight into your own Notion Workspace - just hit the "Duplicate" button in the top right!
Can I share this with friends?
This license covers one person for life. Therefore, you can tell your friends how awesome it is, or send them a link to purchase their own license, but you can't just copy Tasks Hub and send it to them.
I have feature requests - how can I get them added?
Once you've purchased and duplicated the Tasks Hub to your workspace, head to the FAQs section, which contains a link to a feature request form.
Notion Tasks Hub - With smart functionality, integrated tasks backlog, recurring tasks and weekly sprints.